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My position is: 'When in doubt check the official rules'. Invasions are events, so let's take a look at the official rules pertaining to the events. The scope of the WB.SE is described here: Worldbuilding Stack Exchange is a site for designers, writers, artists, gamers and enthusiasts to get help creating imaginary worlds. World building includes geography, ...


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No, you can't And I apologize for stating this. You're treating an invasion as if it were a tool. A gun is a tool. A truck is a tool. An invasion is a plan. A specific plan that cannot be intrinsically generalized the way a tool can. In short, designing an invasion requires telling a story because it's unique to the circumstances of a specific situation. You ...


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Yes, you can, in some way First, the art of invasion and defending against invasions are part of strategy and tactics, and an important one moreover. This let me follow up with this : The strategy and tactic tags do exist, with a good chunk of questions and some good ones among them on top of that. Having experienced it, some tags are much harder to work ...


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There isn't a general invasion. To invade a land you need dislodge the force currently occupying a the land, and impose your own control. You can't plan to dislodge an opposing force without knowing specific details about that force, their locations, capabilities etc. Weighing all these options and coming up with a plan requires that a world is already built,...


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